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open, don't operate electric switches that will cause a spark. don't use your cell phone. use the cell phone outside or a neighbor's phone to call 911. get everyone out of the building, close the gas valve and forget it. don't open it up again. there is probably a leak and you will have troubles wait for pg and e to test it. what's the most important thing in an emergency? everyday, water. somewhere in front of the house you will see these. san francisco water department. how do you get in here? easy. a long screwdriver or pry bar. pull it this way and the whole thing will lift out. even if it's crusty you can get it out. that's what it looks like. that's brass covered water meter. there it is. how would you tell if water was leaking if the building without going in there? that thing woulding pegged. this guy would be spinning. here's how you shut it on and off. like the gas thing, the valve thing with the square head. there are a couple of ears. you lineup the 2 ears. there is a hole to put a padlock. if it's on ita in direction of the /phroe. flow. when it's off, these 2 lineup. the
promises, but over obama care forcing people to buy coverage they don't need, like maternity care. well, man up, says a topop demoat in the senate. >> somebody sai well, gee, now i've got -- i have to take this policy that covers mernity care. but my wife and i aren't having any more children. and i got to thinking about that. i thought, well, you know what? maybe because my wife and i don't have any more children, and they're grown up, maybe shouldn't have to pay property taxes to pay for my local schools. we're better than that in this country. we're talking about being a part of our society. sameay with health car it is a lue system. >> so what do you think? is he right? buying medical care you don't need is part of america's value system? hi, everyone. i'm brenda buttner. this is "bulls and bears." and here they are, the bulls and bears this week. ry b. smith, tracy byrnes, jonas max ferris, john layfield, and david mercer. john, paying for maternity care or other coverage you don't need is all part of america's value system? >> not part of the america i understand. it's part of a s
trees do not go to the sky. it has to cool down. >> don't go to the sky. got you. all right. cost of freedodom. the place business. ♪ ♪ >>> so we still don't know the official enrollment numbers for obamacare. the white house won't release those until next week. but what we do know is most of the people signing up for older. not the younr healthy ones who are needed to keep the new bureaucracy aloat. does thamean big premium strikeare coming for all? let's go in focus with steve forbes, rich karlgaard, morgan brennan, john tandy,. are they coming? >> young people think they're immortal. they won't sign up unless they need it or have mental health problems. of course they are going up. if they don't go up you are getting less or going to a different network. >> rick, it's expensi to sign up. >> this is premature, don't you think? we know younger people tend to do things at the last minute. i don't know what laughed but that is a silly thing to laugh at. it's nothing new. we know about the younger people. let's wait and see, let's wait and see -- stunning. if we're laughing at l
'neill play, a long day's journey into tonight. we had mandarin and cantonese speakers who were here. i don't think they will be coming back, but mostly with business. they are opening their businesses, their restaurants. today was an election day, so they had a couple of them left to go vote. and so on one guy you may have seen the action here. one guy just got off the plane and passed out here over two hours ago. any how, i would like to present new and cogent arguments. arguments that rely on the law, the planning code and it may rely on basic science and physics. the wireless guidelines that are so much a part of the planning report are simply that. guidelines. the controlling document here is the planning code. something you board members control and legislate on. the relevant parts of the planning code that define this entire issue i would like to read. uses permitted in neighborhood commercial districts section 703.2. whether or not a use is permitted in a specific district is set forth or summarized in article 7 of this code for each class. so 703.2-b-1, permitted uses. shall be con
don't believe it will be very easy for us to make an agreement between the republicans and the democrats because the democrats want to increase taxes, they want to forgo sequestration. if there is going to be an agreement, it seems to me it has to be a willingness of republicans to give something up on sequestration but only that would happen if there is a long- term solution that we can arrive that between social security and medicare and including tax reform. can that happen? i am very pessimistic it can happen but i know that going to try to work in that direction and i know that congressman ryan is working very closely with patty murray of the senate budget committee to try to get in that direction. it is a tough row to know. >> if that's the case, then what? >> then you have sequestration which is the law of the land and republicans are generally satisfied with sequestration. since it is the law of the land, it seems to me like it is as simple as passing a claimcr through the house and find out the democrats will shut down government or not and is the president
any effort of the investigation there are there to no pictures to associate what is the license. i don't know if there is room that maybe in the respect live massage room that there be a text and in lieu of being the person. i don't know if the discrepancy that the person is identifying who the name is who they are. or that they are physically wearing it. just some of the concerns. >> it's an interesting question you are raising. >> that issue did come up in all of our discussion. to reiterate what cone is subjecting. would it be posted in the premises but in a public setting or in an area of establishment. you just don't want it to be physically on them. physicallly on the person. that would require further continuation of this item. >> john gibner. the board could make that amendment and pass the item on first read. you can make the amendment and pass it today. >> supervisor yee? good points. i'm wondering if there is someone in between. in terms of medical people they usually have someone. they usually have a name tag of some sort. it doesn't usually give you the full name. it add
. the man who owns the new orleans saints keeps on most of the revenue generated. why don't people rebel? one is many people do not understand it is taking place. feel it isis they nothing they can do about it. it is based on insider deals. the most recent was a vote in miami on whether to use public money to renovate the place where the miami dolphins play and the residence of voting against doing that. >> more with "the king of sports" author. spent a lot of time dealing with the fcc in my life. important that the agency make the decisions and make him in a timely fashion. there is nothing worse than for , jobtment, innovation creation and all of the things businesses not knowing what the rules are. >> mr. wheeler is absolutely right. with a slow moving agency like this, that deliberates for months and years on end it does create uncertainty. as we know, uncertainty is the enemy of business. business and leave certainty to invest. if there is one thing we need in the united states in terms of broadband and communication infrastructure, we need investment with dispatch as chairman wheel
. >> i saw him in my acknowledgment. he's part of my circle so he only e-mails when he's telling me, don't print this, i'm on, and then i know it will be -- >> goodbye. >> hello. where do you work? >> i actually worked on the hi hill. >> for whom? >> the house oversight committee. >> you guys have a lot to oversee. would you tell them, why don't the issue a legal subpoena? they don't think it will be unforced? >> i don't really know how to decide. >> just requesting that somebody can come, a legal subpoena that has to be enforced by the sheriff. >> nice to meet you. >> i've been trying to see every time you come to an event. >> well, i don't do it that often. for a book and for cpac, that's about it. you have to come next year. >> thank you very much. >> hello. i like your tie. [inaudible] >> thank you. i know. these right wingers are driving me crazy. thank you. hey, good to see you again. i've heard you are my groupie. you have to tell me your name again. [inaudible] >> let's see. [inaudible conversations] spin where do you live? here in new york? >> [inaudible] >> okay, good to see yo
their job. >> no. it's not happening. >> so what does that mean? >> like one de has resigned. and they don't lose their jobs, and it's somebody else's money. when you're dealing with twitter, these are people -- these executives have money in the company. and ultimately how that stock does and how well that ipo goes off, goes right to tir own wallet. >> three years, guys, three years to get this up and running. three years to launch it. >> i think our grious host made the best point about competition. nasdaq screws up. you go to -- >> hey, that's me. >> you know, if nasdaq screws up, go to the new york stock exchge. and the nasdaq is better in the meantime. that's what the private sector does. that's not what the government does. it will neveget better. >> let's be fair here. first of all, the head of nasdaq didn't get fired. he was on an aplane right after the facebook ipo started. >> but in the meantime, he made the nasdaq better. he fixed the poblems because, guess what, twitter and other ipos have now moved to the new rk stock exchange. so competition makes h better. >> we are complain
they insist i get it, they don't want to seem selfish and put themselves on it, but i found things to love about obama care after all. no kidding, you know what, i found out under obama care, i am going to have dental coverage for children. i saw this spot by delta dental from virginia. >> okay, okay. >> great, great. weather where would you like the baby car seat. >> no, i don't have kids. >> it doesn't matter the government said you have to buy it. >> where should i put. it >> smile, smile. >> yeah, you know the fact that my own children are grown and on theiron and have their own children is immaterial. i am man dated to carry dental insurance for the children we don't have. and while you think that is unnecessary, i found out under obama care, i also have maternitiy benefits. yes, (applause) it is man dated and so i am going to have it whether i ask for it or not. some people complain the government forcing me to buy something i can't or don't need much i am a glass half full. i so it as a good thing. i am 58-year-old male, and while it is unlikely that i am going to get pregnant and g
. this is a very serious set of problems. i don't have envy you to be in your position and have to answer questions and have to be the front person in trying to thing work. all i can say is, yes, i'll try help make it work if can i. but i don't think it's going to problem.that's the without costing america an arm really g and without taking people's healthcare away from them. are sincere here people on both sides who would like to solve the problems and about, the president said, 85% of america had health were satisfied with. hy didn't we just work on getting the 15% to have the need ratherhat they than have to all these problems away aren't going to go very quickly and may never go away? >> okay, well thank you both very much. let's remind all of us to the ball and the ball that we're keeping the eye on is get this thing working. eight char that's the charge for the day. want to indicate, the senators will have a week to get their i urge you to d respond immediately to those questions so we can keep moving ahead. thank you very much. meeting's adjourned. at thea look now philippines. the associate
spinet they don't want to payor the roads or the diems. yes we do. we just want the money spent wall. >> privatize the police department, the fire department, everything. >> privatize everything. that is our show. tonight. john: privatize everything. maybe i did not mean that. i got caied away. there are something this government ought to do. most are listed in the constituon. but this is thin and it makes it very car there isn't much step bounders thought the government should dubos lee what the feral government should not do and they were right because most things work better if the central planners but out of leaving more freedom of choice. how much can reprivatize what shoulwe privatize? leonard gilroy studies that for the reason foundation. >> changing the oil in vehicles, a sweeping streets orrimming trees were many cities pay public employees lavish salaries and benefits to perform functions you could give to the private sector. john: why do you get better bids? why couldn't the government employees dot cheaper or better? >> youave a monopoly and by definition you don't have c
don't think we have a position as to whether it is required, but we do think that that makes this case the much easier case, because of that separation of the one part that is the strongest argument for the other side, that there is an element of coercion, that your application is -- is being ruled on, that the separation the town has adopted makes that much less persuasive. we think the other elements that the respondents have pointed to for coercion are ones that trouble us because they are things that have analogs in our history. so, for example, they point to the presence of children. but, of course, on the senate floor are the senate pages, who are all high school juniors. and as the reply brief points out, there are often children in the galleries at state legislatures being acknowledged. and so some of those -- those elements that the respondents have pointed to for coercion we think are not ones that the court should should adopt. >> of course, your -- your test is whether or not -- part of your test -- is whether or not it advances religion. if you ask a chaplain for the state
. it was voted on and tabled. >> i'm not changing it. i don't want to take it off. i'm just asking the council do we go on? >> i want to ask a question, something that is tabled, does that mean we don't go forward? >> if i can provide a little clarification, at the last meeting there was a vote taken to not hear the item at the last meeting. that has only been upheld for the last meeting. there is nothing to prevent you from having an election at this meeting based upon that vote. >> councilmembers can i hear from you, please? >> according to the bylaws, we are supposed to have elections to have two cochairs. so whether the motion to table it but we do need to have an election today because we have not had two cochairs to serve on the council. whether we vote on it today, that's a decision of the council so that's where i stand right now on it. thank you. >> denise? >> thank you, we did discuss this at great length at our last meeting and we did hash out some details and we agreed it's best to have cochairs so the responsibility doesn't fall on 1 person. according to our bylaws it is time to have
the imposters of pretended patriotism. ben frankly warned us about sacrifice. i don't know if i read that in your book? >> those that would sacrifice freedom deserve none or something to that effect. >> yeah, for security. >> right. >> neither. and it's, you know, i just did an article today on they discovered, it was a very good article, i thought, in "the new york times" that the voluntary leaks of the government on august 2nd about the conversation between al-qaeda and the head of yemen was actually did more harm to national security than all of the pape ors -- you all saw that -- released by snowden, for example. but it's, again, an example of the cynical use of national security. that if the government does it, it's legitimate. and the fact is that most of the classified information shouldn't be classified, but it's routinely leaked as was the story about the success of that electronic surveillance because hay wanted to -- they wanted to show that what nsa does is necessary. so it was actually shut down, the communication. you know, the government, if they leak, it's legitimate.
's comedian jack small. >> i don't have anything in that wild tirade. all right, will they right this oversight? it's the list that rocked the nation with shame and horror. the website medite. the 50 sexiest in the tv news and it's in a snub for the ages, none of the red eye staff is represented. now the usual sexy suspects are anderson cooper, laura logan and shaq, of course. >> i thought they said news? >> you're terrible. but none of us made the cut. not even andy levy's baby blue eyes. red eye asked mediaite for a sample. >> horrifying. do you know what's in these snubs? please include your answers, the guys from red eye. >> somebody should have been rented from the show. come on, one of you guys should have been on there. >> it should be me. >> it should have been you. why do pilateates if you're not going to make the list. the stench in a male pilates class is terrible. >> i don't even know if i can talk about this story, i'm so angry, greg. are you telling me that the bags under my eyes from my insomnia, screw you matt willstein, screw you everyone. >> maybe if you had scr
and friends co-host. >> could we have -- the world without him? >> i don't believe we could have. >> all right now. >> and hello again from fox news in washington. well, new jersey governor chris christie won re-election this week. we'll talk with the governor in a moment. but first, carl cameron with a look at his record and the challenges he will face if he decides to run for president. i want to say thank you for making me the luckiest guy in the world. >> christice christie earned sof the highest ratings in the country. his chumminess with president obama raised gop eyebrows and some questioned his loyalty. >> everything we've done has been a bipartisan accomplishment. christie cut the taxes but the state's unemployment rate has been higher than average. the cover of "time" calls him the gop's elephant in the room. >> the next president of the united states, governor mitt romney. >> christie was passed over for advi advicevise president last year. he snapped repeatedly. >> when you conduct yourself like that in the courtroom, you will get thrown in jail, idiot. >> he did not veto gay marri
's not in front of you. >> you don't have an opinion about losing some parking spots and could tip this into a higher level of environmental review? >> not in that singular context. >> mr. avalos. >> thank you, mr. president. i appreciate the comments from mr. wiener. i want to ask you a couple of follow up questions. this project is not in my district, but sort of like sarah palin can see russia from her state, i can see this project from my district right across the street and unfortunately i don't know that there was a lot of outreach done on the district 9 side around this project. so what i'm trying to understand is i understand that one of the options that you are pointing to is the remedy of having the full environmental impact report which i think is a pretty high bar. but can you explain other alternatives in terms of modifying or clarifying the negative debt what exactly do you mean boo i that? what would that look like? >> that would inaccurate to the department so they can make it complete and inaccurate to include the discussions which of the important issues which we
an environmental study, they don't include you the impact on the cultural impact in the economic impact that they do in our neighborhood. our neighborhood is completely suffering a buys displacement on culture on our people as we say it as students cannot come. they are leaving our neighborhood. who is going to buy those apartments? it's local people. all those people are going to have cars. they are not going to have children. they are not going to need to come to the marsh. we are going to be on their way. even if we take care of the noise during the construction and there is a good litigation about that. there is no real follow up on those problems when the construction starts. i would like you to consider that as it has the protocols and they need to be up grade d for environmental needs. >> good afternoon, my name is mary gallagher. i'm an urban planner. i'm in full support of the objections raised by mr. williams. i would like to talk to you about three environmental acts. the first is a proposed receptor. the project is located to the interior sound level and it has never been
's all we are asking, a level playing field in our backyard. we don't get a chance in anybody else's backyard. this is our backyard. we just want a level playing field. we don't want to you give us something because we live here or we are a certain color. just provide us with a level playing field. i think we got that with danny cook and butler enterprise and what they brought to the table for this process. we have you. myself as a contractor and my other fellow contractors. all we want is a level playing field. you can come out and see us and tell us about the adjustments we need to make in our business to be a success and all the other things. i have been in this business for 27 years. the contracting questions, i have done the units for houses or 3rd street but i don't get the same consideration now that i got then. i guess it's a difference dealing with the daddy and then dealing with the son. but with a we see in place now with lan ar we think we got a good shot at a level playing field. i thank you so much for this opportunity. >> james mabme? >> good afternoon madam chair an
'm speaking tonight. they don't have any complicated captions, so you don't have to worry about having to read them. but it's just so that we can see that we're talking about people and kind of get what i call the reality check. so, let's see, i have to kind of do it like this because i have to keep track. i'm going to start by telling you a story about something that happened in los angeles a few years ago. a group of health activists set up a kind of sidewalk clinic for day laborers, to test day laborers for hiv. and so a young man, omar sierra, was on the street corner that day, and he went to the clinic and sat down in the chair, and the nurse who was at the clinic, she tied him off and inserted the needle to draw his blood, and all of a sudden everybody saw these border patrol agents coming across the street. and so, of course, everybody ran. and omar, he tore off the tourniquet, and he pulled out the needle, and he got up, and he ran just like everybody else. and omar, he was lucky because he got away that a day. but a lot of his friends didn't. and so he went home, and he was very upset
today. she said, "i don't see why there should be any question about capital punishment. i think everyone at the capital should be punished." since then, she has acted in more than 30 films, winning an oscar. for "cactus" flower and "private benjamin." her roles have run the gamut from comedic as the jilted ex-wife with unnaturally bloated lips in "first wives club" to the classic thrillers. "shampoo," "bird overboard" and he list goes on. you can even hear her voice now in "phineas and ferb." please join me and giving a warm press club welcome to actress goldie hawn. >> thank you so much. i am amazed that you found that. it is great to be here. i am so happy to be here again and honored. i get to speak about something very close to my heart. thank you for that wonderful introduction. i would like to welcome my beautiful family, who is sitting over there. giving me support and love like they have always done. and also our wonderful group, our ceo, and all of you together who are now working on our high school curriculum, just beginning the process now. what i would like to do fir
's the first meeting in december because we don't have a second one? >> that would be correct. >> directors, anybody else. brinkman. >> i wanted to add to the pilot program. i've ridden that bus six or seven times and everyone in the neighborhood finds it to be a huge improvement. i don't know if its reduced the over crowding on the limited, but it helped a lot -- excuse me, reduced the over crowding on the local. so it's interesting to see -- i have a feeling we're getting new riders with with that new line. people are choosing to take it and before i'm not sure what they were doing. so far i think it's working well. >> thank you. >> okay. members of the public. >> other directors. >> on matters that were discussed by mr. reiskin and peter. >> one thing i was just wondering about, what priority has been given to public transportation. now, i'm very glad that you've gotten new additions to the fleet. this is good, but at the same time there has to be a net addition to the fleet. you cannot a zero sum amount of buses. the growing population in this city and buses are needed. this
, and they may be right, they may be wrong but i would say that i don't trust any experts. and that's just my professional constitution. i'm hopeful often that once i do the research myself, and once i go to try to back it up, that i can demonstrate that that person was right. but i never take anyone's word, intel of done my own reporting. >> -- until i've done my own reporting. >> i just wanted to say, i spent an entire night last week reading nina's book cover to cover completely mesmerized. and it's hard to mesmerized at that level, especially given the way and and my background. >> who are you? >> my name is -- i have spent a great amount of my life so far on these issues, and when i started reading nina's book i was very effort. my heart was pounding because i could tell how fair she was trying to be and i was like, is jeffrey sachs going to get away with this? to me it's not a matter of jeffrey sachs. it's beyond him. it's an entire thinking class of people who never ever would ever imagine in the minds but africans, just like anyone else, are no different than anyone else. the only way
for people to be asking the 2016 question? >> i don't think it's too early. i think it's part of a process. >> this isn't an issue about bullying. this is an issue of mine and jon's relationship where i may -- i've taken stuff too far. >>> all right. we've got a lot to get to this afternoon from chris christie, the newly crowned prince of the gop, to failed talks with iran, to the explosive story unfolding this week in the nfl. and, yes, the gop's benghazi obsession. but, first, we want to give you an update from the philippines where officials say 10,000 people could be dead from friday's devastating typhoon. characterized as a state of calamity. last night u.s. defense secretary chuck hagel announced u.s. forces are headed to the pacific islands to aid in search and rescue efforts. among the organizations that you can contact for information on how to help, you can reach out to the red cross, unicef, save the children. and we will be posting a additional information on our facebook page. >>> we're now going to turn back to politics. coming off his re-election win tuesday, new jersey gove
that he was there but he said that he did not shoot my child and i don't believe that. i still want justice for my child. i have this because the mayor said again, i know who killed her son, killed her son, he said, on thursday, the da knows who killed her son. the police know who killed her son. he is serious, they can name names, and identify individuals, and even list addresses. people's addresses. i am just going to keep coming here and saying what i need to say until either, i get justice for my son or a die trying. he was my own son. and i miss him. and you guys don't let these tears fool you, i hurt, and i get angry. but i don't come here because i want to hurt somebody for something, but this is my child. i had nine months and labor and he is gone. so, i need justice, for my child. give me some closure, i don't have any and in the 7 years and i am still crying, i am upset and i don't need sympathy, i need justice. that is it. >> thank you, miss brown, you never have to apologize for crying and you are welcome here every week. >> good evening. my name is marry daily and you k
in a darkened parkland escape at night. i don't think that sentiment is true and i'm not comfortable with staff putting that sentiment out in the public. there is so many issues with that law that make me very unkofrt ablcomfortable with it. over all it's not good issues to resolve. in anyone's presence to see who commits those acts. we can shut down the streets so no one would speed, a curfew could reduce graffiti everywhere. i for one, i don't want to limit everyone's freedom in order to deter those who an abuse that premium. i supported some and got a lot of heat for it. i have done everything i could since becoming supervisor to be as supportive as i possibly could of the parks and recreation department. i know how valuable our parks are and how critical they are to keeping families in san francisco and the firsthand how settling and disappointing it can be to our full and specific treasures. i want to do everything to maintain our parks, but i don't think this legislation does it. including fund to -- funding to increase more supervision around the parks and consequences for citations wh
's secret spy ring. >> could we have won the war without them? >> i don't believe we could have. >> all right now. hello again from fox news in washington. new jersey governor chris christie won reelection by a landslide this week making him the early front-runner for the republican presidential nomination in 2016. we'll talk with the governor in a moment but first chief political correspondent carl cameron with a look at christie's record and the challenges he'll face if he decides to run for president. >> i want to say thank you, new jersey, for making me the luckiest guy in the world. >> it was an easy reelection. the real work was during and after superstorm sandy and chris christie earned some of the highest tpaeufrblt -- favorability ratings in the country positioning himself for a 2016 presidential bid. christie's chummyness with president obama during last year's presidential campaign raised some g.o.p. eyebrows. >> i think as long as you stick to your principles compromise isn't a dirty word. >> christie cut new jersey's taxes but the state's unemployment rate is a point higher
. same happened the night before. they want to get out. they do not want to be in the area. they don't have a home. many lost residents and they don't have food and water. they just want to get on one of the military planes that's landing ever so often here at the airport and they want to go to manila. many don't have a place to stay. they just want it get out of the disaster zone. it is turning into a mass humanitarian air lift. every single plane leaving from here is jam-packed filled with survivors who are too trau traumatizez to stay and have nothing to stay here. >> in the next few weeks, are they even looking that far ahead and still trying to find people who died. >> not publicly. and i don't imagine privately. it is a disaster relief effort. they are trying to find survivors. trying to take away bodies. because many bodies are just lying by the side of the road. because they haven't had the manpower to now to move them more, just because of the sheer scale of this disaster. this is day three after the storm and have you health concerns coming up. you have health concerns of d
a laugh today. she said, "i don't see why there should be any question about capital punishment. i think everyone at the capital should be punished." [laughter] [applause] since then, she has acted in more than 30 films, winning a not therefore -- winning an oscar. her roles have run the gamut from comedic as the jilted ex- wife with unnaturally bloated club" tofirst wives the classic thrillers. the list goes on. you can even hear her voice now in "phineas and ferb." giving a warm and press club welcome to actress goldie hawn. [applause] >> thank you so much. i am amazed that you found that. it is great to be here. i am so happy to be here again and honored. i get to speak about something very close to my heart. thank you for that wonderful introduction. i would like to welcome my beautiful family, who is sitting over there. giving me support and love like they have always done. [applause] and also our wonderful group, our ceo, and all of you together who are now working on our high school curriculum, just beginning the process now. what i would like to do first of all -- first of all, i
an opportunity here that i don't sense that the caucus is really trying to implement to take advantage of. >> lou, we are. and we have a house care bill that is out tere that does the kinds of things where it gets backnto the market,where it givepatients opportunities and choices, unlike what you're finding in the obama care. we are listening to people a whatheir needs are, and we have a plan that we put out there. ok, we need to also talk about our debt and deficit. getting that straightened out is going to cause the economy to grow. >> if you and your caucus think that you have the power as the majority in the house of representatives against a party that holds the presidency and the senatend you're willing to risk again shutting down this government, i think that you will be making the biggest mistake imaginable. >> i'm not talking about closing down the governme. i'm talking aut finding common ground. >> somebody in your caucus need to take leadership role, wheer it's the speaker or whomever it may bend say we're not going to shut the government dn. wee not going to be irrational. we're not g
economical impacts. generally, we don't expect that but as part of the approvals we're going to be hopeful seeking from you in december we'll have that analysis complete and, you know, finding related to the environmental impact for the preoccupied faekz change but the number one thing is to continue the development. in our review the rule of proportion immaterial and some of the benefits that are to arrive sooner are slightly arriving later and a, however, the benefits are delivered sooner. those adjustments are the things between exempting and candle stick is happening soorp rather than later. by arresting and large their related to accommodating that. this slide for simplicity is a high-level view at the major phase level. this accommodates for the incommunicable delay and accommodates the decouple of of the shipyard sites. so we had one phase and now those fees are insinuated separately and the document you're looking is the - not the major phase for boo sites. in the scheduled performance there's a small additional communication for the navy delay. the navy has announced subsequent to
of the system if they don't owe how those swing in seven impressive to should not even approach it is already decided, you have a great shot and it note hill left thousand payback 32 years later where do you kept -- get this system the that is so set to throw away the leadership. >> they signed a release if everybody had to stand alan that is the key. there has to be an awful place heim field making field -- became prime gold was struck down so both sides and add to do it one unless level to raise money in the house of representative the majority have leadership pacs but another avenue to give money to candidates in you can as an individual. and also to raise this money for the leadership pac he does it is expected. >> host: review want to be a power broker. >> it takes so much to a m. if it is the destruction likely members were paid for speeches solo will schedule would revolve room to they can give speeches on mondays hit did have an impact to bandies because no more people that was a limitless level of raising money because that is a huge time consuming effort not to mention a distraction
and trying to redo it. and while i have the feeling that it's all about that, you know, i don't know this, but i did find a pretty darn good tech person who has a good idea. and he is is responsible forthe wanting out of pennsylvania avenue that should have passed the test of time. and tere has some ideas on how the president might still be able to salvage this. knowin what you did in knowing what they have to do, this is the major le year. but go ahead, what do they do? >> my heart goes out to the tech team because they are working 24 by seven affixes. in the first place, i get that playing out, ad i would meet with american companies like disney and amazon and fedex never get that outside advice. neil: this is about catch up. but where those guys to say and we are hearing from a lot of techies that that is what they are encountering. >> stabilize the system and then make bad or do we need to actually build something new. but the key right now is that we have to get this right. and then make those decisions later. neil: president bush met with every demand and traffic that would rise exp
with self insurance a lot of tis workers don't en know you have no rules or penalties of our taxes of obare but for small businesses to join 60% of large business and 80 percent of the unions get it through a self insurance for only 50 peenof small business so they should look at this it is more e efficient and less expensive and allo you to tail the coverage. gerri: what are your criticisms? >> if you are a self -- a small firm's health insurer you take on all the risk if one gets very ill you still have a problem. it is not a panacea but a situation they have been cahow forced into trying to find any shelter. >> govern? >> there is an option if you are a small business you don't want to assume the risk of somebody gets a serious illness you have t pay 200,000 is a you can get insurance anything above 5,000 or 10,000 you are covered with a private insurer that the employer pays for. you could limit their risk estimate that's a good point but the important to peace is it is tailored it is what obamacare does not let you tailor it to your circumstances the biggt difference between private re
physically someone who is not even half your size in many cases? >> parents, caregivers don't wake up in the morning and say they want to hurt their children. we work with people who have had generations of abuse in their family and violence. raising children can be stressful. when all the stressors of life happen, we make sure they are not going to take action on their kids. >> do they resist it initially? >> very much so. we have many phone calls from families who have had an abusive situation in the past and they know what that breaking point looks like and they call and say, i need help because i don't know the this to happen to my children. >> i would say this takes a lot of guts for people to call and do they have to let you know exactly who they are and where they are? >> our calls are anonymous and oftentimes they will call and we'll develop a relationship with them and then they will share their names and history so we can help them. but we try to create a safe environment for people to get help. because families don't want to hurt their children and they are put in a situati
. that is this. identify talked -- i have talked to people who sleep in our parks. i don't have the data that shows this but the vast majority of people that sleep in the park are women. i know this concern came from supervisor campos around members of our lgbt community and homeless. by the way, many of you know i stayed in a shelter over night and i saw the bias against lgbt particularly against transgender members. it is not to blame people in our shelter system. our shelter system is a mime mic crow -- micro system. there is a lot of bias and miss understanding around transgender. i heard a lot from women that say they feel safer sleeping in the parks as well. we have a limited number of beds and that is the reality. acid lie, i remember when sfpd presented this legislation stated that they understood that people had to sleep on the streets and therefore made an exception to acid lie that it was not an enforcement at nighttime that any person can sleep on the sidewalk. i think it's very difficult to tell our residents that. >> thank you, any commence -- comments on the amendment. s
cause. refer them to services. i don't see them as being a citation machine and to some officers to move in the park. with that said. we are happy to track whatever you want us to track and use our tracking measure for race and gender make-up. >> just for clairity, i want to let you know members of the station they are citing for sit lie and the actual consequences for citations. we have a considerable amount of hours dealing with this problem but no follow through after the citations are issued and that is problem that i have ultimately and i appreciate all the work that the department is doing to try to deal with this. we need to provide more support around enforcement which includes consequences for citations which doesn't happen. thank you. >> okay. any further discussion, madam clerk, let's call the role. >> the clerk: supervise yee, aye, breed no, avalos no, chiu aye, campos no, cohen aye, ferrel aye, supervisor kim, no. supervisor mar, no, supervisor tang, aye, wiener aye. 6 ayes 5 no. >> this ordinance is passed. ask for order in the chamber please. thank you. colleagues
're growing because when you take a diversity of ideas they don't take your jobs. somebody said that the way we have today, the system we have a help wanted sign on one side and on the other side we have a bored with guns. >> let me build on that then because again, the vote in the senate is happening we believe it's going to be successful. the real battle is in the house. so let's talk about the battle in the house. without naming names a group of 80 executives met with the house and quote we're going to take care of you high terence votes but who cares who picks the strawberries. well, i like strawberries i don't see a lot of american born folks who pick strawberries. we do care we want to see expensive immigration remorseful for all of americans and all americans. so as we go to the house side and why don't we start with maria. what do we need to do so we get something to work on and perhaps not a house bill paced that's expensive how do we reconcile this and win over the house? >> you know i was speaking to a group of ap i leaders earlier and we all agreed it was a funny timing with the
and parts of cb 2. as far as i can tell the date they have acted as if you don't exist. community people, even though it your property and you are the body for the gardens for what should and shouldn't be there and what should or shouldn't change. we really want to draw your attention to this. you should have equal role with the city with regard to the expansion project designed impacts on the gardens. your job is protecting integrity of the gardens, the quality of the gardens and i'm sure you want to and i'm sure you can. i think it's possible. there is a lot of good possibilities in expansion project but there are also a lot of negative impacts and what brought this into focus was the architects told us that children's garden has to go and that it's in the way. that's not your decision to make. that's what this letter makes. that's your decision to make. what happens to that garden, where should it go. i'm here today to urge you and your staff that they have to treat you as equal partner with regard to the redesign of the guarders that project will require. that they come to you and
-cal eligibility. what we don't want to happen is people thinking they can wait and they have now missed the window to apply for "covered california". this is an amazing benefit that san francisco wants to see everyone eligible enrolled in a health coverage product. ready the idea is to come in and get enrolled. that's the main message here. how to enroll, that goes right into next thing about this concept of no wrongdoer. there is various ways. if you are online, you can do it on a website and there is numbers to call and as well as mail in applications. i listed up here. i won't read them all out but the various different options. if you want to go to the website, it's the california covered website. it's https: //apply .covered.ca.com. if you want to call, it's the san francisco sf number. https: //apply.covered.ca.com. there it goes >> great. if you would like to call there is two options. either the "covered california" call center or the local san francisco sf benefits net call center number. for "covered california" the hours of operation is monday through friday 8:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. as well
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